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    Maybeck's Senger House

    Bernard Maybeck's Senger House, in Berkeley, California, is at once Teutonic and mysterious, straightforward and symbolic. Matching gables, one clad in unfinished redwood shingles, one elaborately rendered in half-timbered stucco, flank the entry.
    Photo: David Duncan Livingston

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